The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
March 8 P.3 1)2)3)4)5)Fund raising for famine relief Van.: received donations from Revelstoke, whichwould be remitted to China.Discrimination v.s. Chinese - housing inspectors had conducted tours aroundresidential Chinatown. The result led to pulling down 2 houses, and rehabilitationof 3. The residents in the above mentioned houses were expropriated. Theinspectors asserted that most houses needed to be repainted and washroomsbe tidied up.CPOS - liner Czarine was going to China on March 10. All passengers' seats sold.Fund Raising Assoc. Nanaimo news: fund raising agents were sent to varioussawmills to raise funds. Total funds raised now were $660. On Feb. 27, ameeting was held whereby they decided that they would follow the policy ofthe Van. association and remit all donations directly to ShanghaiNow they would send $1000 (Chinese $) back first.Fund raising Association - Kelowna news: Feb. 27- a general meeting was heldto encourage fund raising. Total donations were $200 and was sent back to Chinathrough Van. head fund raising office
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